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Coach Interview

Because we are CollegeFootballResource:

Here is an interview with newly-hired North Carolina State defensive coordinator Steve Dunlap.  He's been around the block a bit and remembers the Lou Holtz days there.

And he can talk a little bass fishing-

GOPACK: So what is the biggest bass you have ever caught?

DUNLAP: The biggest smallmouth bass I ever caught was six pounds, six ounces. I caught it in Lake Erie. I don't know what the biggest largemouth bass I ever caught was. I used to fish a lot down in Lake Ocachobee in Florida, and I could never catch anything down there.

GOPACK: So do you have that smallmouth on the wall somewhere?

DUNLAP: No, I couldn't do it. I released it. I have a great picture of it though. I always said I wanted to put a 10-pound largemouth on the wall and a five-pound smallmouth, but when it came time to do it, I just couldn't it.

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